After 35 years, Blade Runner 2049 is now in theaters across the country. The long-awaited sequel to the quintessential science-fiction film has finally arrived.
As I give you time to order tickets in the event you haven’t bought yours for the movie event of October, be sure to enjoy a visually stunning reminder as to why Blade Runner 2049 is primed to be the rare example of a sequel that will match its beloved 1980s nostalgic forefather.
Or, as has been written on Jimmy’s Daily Planet, surpass its cinematic game-changing and iconic original.
The mysterious ways our minds can play tricks is amusing. But when it happens to us, well…
Hold on a second, I seem to have lost my train of thought.
Oh! Now I remember. Or do I?
Blade Runner 2049 arrives in theaters across the country next Friday, October 6th.
That’s something we all know for certain.
The magic of film is a mysteriously powerful force that not only invites temporary escapism in a theater, but can, with certain movies, offer a long-lasting escape within ourselves.
And there’s that movie and/or scene that will never stop running around in our minds.
The Blade Runner 2049 team has accomplished such a feat. Here is the latest TV spot that Warner Bros. Pictures debuted today for the aforementioned film arriving in cinemas in less than a month on October 6th.
The title of this trailer (yes, trailers have titles now) is, “Begins.”
Seems fitting since fans everywhere simply want their local movie theater’s film projectors to begin playing Blade Runner 2049 already.
Harrison Ford is awesome.
That pitch-perfect response by Mr. Ford was delivered this past weekend at Comic Con 2017 in San Diego, California. When arguably the greatest action movie star in cinematic history decides to return to his iconic characters 20-30 years later (well, 32 for Star Wars), it’s a blessing for himself and fans alike. Harrison Ford was great in The Force Awakens and looks fit and ready for a brutal fight in Blade Runner 2049.
And, if rumors are true, fans will jump for joy when the next Indiana Jones movie returns to theaters with Mr. Ford and an indie film director by the name of Steven Spielberg in just a few years time.
In the spirit of this blog post, we should ask ourselves “WWHFS?”
Translation: What Would Harrison Ford Say?
Answer: Whatever it is, you can bet your ass it’ll be awesome.
Like his movies.